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Employment Opportunities
Holderness Free Library is looking for a part time page. this position will be approximately 10 hours weekly, requires Saturday mornings and possibly 1 evening a week. For more information, call 968-7066 or stop by and pick up an application. Resumes may be sent to holdernesslibrary@roadrunner.com

The Library is also interested in hiring a Handyman to assist with groundskeeping and some maintenance and repair chores. Inquiries welcome. Call us @ 968-7066 or e-mail @ holdernesslibrary@roadrunner.com

Book Discussion for April



 
Book Discussion  -Burning Marguerite by Elizabeth Inness-Brown
Please join us at noon on April 20th in the  Library Meeting Room to share ideas.
 

Casual Bridge


Join the Casual Bridge group on Wednesday afternoons for a relaxing and social gathering to play Bridge!





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Stitch and Chat!
Join the Friday  knitters at their new time:
every Friday at 1 p.m. (bring a lunch if you like!) for a companionable time to chat and knit together!
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Craft Sale Tables for Rent!
Sign up now - space is limited!
 
On Memorial Day, Monday May 30th, Friends of the Holderness Free Library will be holding a Craft Sale on the Library Lawn. Table space may be rented for a fee of $20.00. To reserve a space (or rent a table) or if you have questions,  contact the Library at 968-7066. Money from this event goes to help the Library pay for passes to Castle in the Clouds, and special performers and programs.
 
SPRING VACATION IS HERE!
Looking for something special to do?
TODAY!!!!
Join Us for two special programs!
Monday, April 25th
1:00 - 3:00 PM
LEGOS!


Friday, April 29th
1:00 - 300 PM
SPRING CRAFTS!


As Always Story Time
Wednesdays at 10:00 AM

Wednesday Book Discussions
Why join a Book Discussion Group?
Book Discussion for May
 
Book Discussion  Great Plains  By Ian Frazier. In this work of non-fiction, Frazier takes us accross a haunting and rich book of the heartland of America. He describes history, and the incredible characters that moved accross its tapestry. Enjoy discussing this visit with the past and not-so-past.  The book discussion begins at noon on Wednesday, May 18th in the Meeting Room at the Library. To sign up and get a book, check in at the main desk.


A Book Discussion Group offers individuals an opportunity to read and share ideas and opinions of books in a friendly, relaxed environment. It encourages participants to read different types of books that they might otherwise overlook, and it gives everyone a chance to enjoy talking about the books that are read.  Please consider joining our group and enjoy the lively exchange of ideas